When it comes to securing Active Directory, the first place to start is usually getting a handle on what currently exists - getting a ‘lay of the land,’ so to speak. In Active Directory, the admincount attribute can play a role in identifying privileged accounts. It’s not without its faults, however. In this blog, we will explore the admincount attribute in more detail and potential uses it may have for determining which accounts may have or had privileged access.
In today’s rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape, managing privileged access has become a critical concern for organizations of all sizes. Two common approaches to managing privileged access are Privileged Access Management (PAM) and Privileged User Management (PUM). In this article, we compare PAM vs PUM approaches and explore why they matter for your organization’s security.
Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions are designed to protect organizations from a variety of threats that target privileged accounts, credentials and access. These solutions help to secure, manage and monitor access to critical systems and sensitive data.
In today's business landscape, organizations rely heavily on digital systems, applications, and webpages for their daily operations. However, with the increasing use of technology comes growing risks of unauthorized access to sensitive information and data.